Angelica, Ashley, and Katie

5/21/20 – So thankful for our supporters who enable us to make this happen. Here is Angelica, Ashley, and Katieangelica 5:21:20 ashley 5:20:20 katie 5:21:20 – diana
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“Another update: Ashley is pending adoption!

Updated with current pics…..These three kids are still available for adoption and we finally have names! . 4 -5 weeks old now. 3 of their siblings are pre-adopted already. All of their medical, spay/neuter, shots etc are under the loving care of 4Paws1Heart. If interested in adopting any of these babies, please contact me at: pattib7355@aol.com or pm me for adoption information. – patricia”

Punkin, Tigs, Bernie, Ken, and Grayling – Found on the Streets

As I’ve said a number of times, in my effort to not overwhelm you with our stories, I’ve become woefully behind in at least sharing the photos of the many cats we’ve helped since last Fall/Winter. Here are a few more of them. And, once again, there would be no need for 4 Paws 1 Heart if we didn’t have so many amazing people who never turn their backs on an animal in need. So again, God bless the rescuer, the foster, the adopter, the veterinary staffs, and our supporters. Here are Punkin, Tigs, Bernie, Ken, and Grayling. All of them were found on the streets. Some just needed the usual spay/neuter/vaccines/deworming/flea-mite treatment, others needed treatment for wounds. -diana
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Hazel and Burke – Their Mom Died and They Were Returned to Their Rescuer

5/19/20 – Very happy that our Board member, Dee, was able to hear of Hazel and Burke’s plight before they were taken to a shelter. We will always find a way and continue to step up for those we’ve helped before. – diana
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“***thank you 4 Paws 1 Heart for stepping up to back there medical to get them to their forever home!!! thank you thank you thank you !!*** Please if you can donate to this organization who provides medical assistance to abandon and abused animals – do it here please.. www.4paws1heart.org/donations

Hazel & Burke – They once had a loving Mommy who loved and gave them the best home. Their Mommy was such a kind soul who passed away recently leaving these 3 year old bonded brother & sister are looking for their forever home again. Burke sits in the window of the empty house waiting for his mommy to come home. how heartbreaking…they are shy but once they warm up to you they show their love back. They are best buds…they are looking for a quiet home, and a family that will be patient with them until they get adjusted. They are fixed, but I will updating their vaccines. Please contact me if you have a place in your home and your heart for them deegudenau@gmail.com . If you could foster these siblings, please contact me. If you could please share this post- I would appreciate it. (kitties are in St Clair Shores, MI)hazel and burke 5:17:20

Little Foot – Rescues With a Large Gash on His Leg and Broken Bones

5/15/20 – Doesn’t it seem like we’re always praying these days. Whether it’s for our Country, our first responders, friends on the front lines, or these poor, vulnerable babies born on the streets. This is Little Foot. He was rescued during a TNR project. The wonderful women trying to help as many as 20 strays, noticed that Little Foot couldn’t put weight on his leg and had a visible gash on his leg. They are working with All About Animals where Little Foot had been taken to be neutered but they don’t have x ray equipment, so we were called for help. This handsome little guy went to one of our great vets yesterday who determined that his leg would need to be amputated. Little Foot’s injury is very severe. It appears that something penetrated through his joint. The wound is exactly where his leg would bend. Because of this penetration going through his joint, many small and intricate bones were affected. Any attempts to repair the trauma would be difficult and would probably result in arthritis if the surgery would be successful. Also, because the wound was infected, his leg was wrapped in gauze and it will be treated daily until the leg can be safely amputated. – Everyone at the vet who took care of Little Foot said he is very sweet although scared (of course). So please say a little prayer for Little Foot and all of the other babies who’ve yet to be rescued. – diana
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Kittens – 6 More Kittens Taken in By Our Friend

5/14/20 – Speaking of Patricia. I asked Patricia to check in with a person who contacted us for help with a mom who had kittens in her garage. So, I asked one of our experts to contact her. Patricia did and has kept in contact with the person. Well, it turns out there are 6 kittens, the smallest is only 10 oz. although they are supposed to be 4-5 weeks old. Patricia believes the mom did not have enough milk to feed 6 kittens and that is why the kittens all seem to be too small for their age. Nonetheless, Patricia feels the kittens are healthy. They all got baths and deworming and are safe and warm with Patricia. If anyone is interested in Susie Q, her babies, or any of these babies, you should contact Patricia at: pattib7355@aol.com 4 Paws 1 Heart will again be backing all of the basic medical needs prior to adoption. Thank you to our many friends for all of your support. – diana
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Mama Susie Q’s Babies

5/14/20 – Tony and I bought this playpen for 4p1h’s good friend, Patricia, who as you’ve seen takes in many mamas and kitties. A couple of weeks ago I posted about Mama Susie Q, who Patricia took in and who shortly after had 5 babies. The babies are 3 weeks old now and wearing out mama so that is where the value of the playpen comes in. Now Mama Susie Q can rest a bit while the kids safely play. All of these sweeties will be medically backed by 4 paws 1 heart. It truly takes a Village. – diana
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Buster – Found on the Side of the Road

buster 5:8:20 w:teresa medich5/13/20 – Buster was found on the side of the road in a very dangerous area. He was taken in by Hear My Cry Rescue & Outreach who reached out to us for help. Buster is scheduled for his neuter, vaccines, and testing this week. And the good news is that once this is all done, complements of our supporters, Buster may have a furever home. Theresa, who is with the rescue, tells us that they are being inundated with dogs found on the streets – abandoned and abused. Here is the only photo they had of Buster when they reached out to us for help. – diana
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Sheba – Possible Dumped on Some Very Mean Streets After Having Babies

5/12/20 – Sheba was found roaming some very dangerous streets. She appeared to have recently had a litter but none could be found. It’s very likely that she was dumped after having her babies. She will be taken to the vet this week to be examined, spayed when appropriate, vaccinated, and, of course, tested. – diana
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Jericho – Found With an Upper Respiratory Infection

5/12/20 – And so it starts. This little baby, Jericho, was found on the streets with what appears to be an upper respiratory infection. We will be getting her/him into the vet today to get treatment started. Later we will take care of her spay/vaccinations. Anyone interested in Jericho or some other kitties, should contact Tracy at: tracystiff71@gmail.com She has taken in a number of kittens who we are medically covering as they get old enough. – diana
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Little One, Bunny, and Vivian – Two Were Near Death and Two Others Had Already Died

5/9/20 – Remember these cuties? There were 11 kittens in total who may have come from 2 moms. Two were so sick they didn’t make it. Little One was so sick, our friend Jo was up every two hours checking on him. A couple of days later she got Vivian whose eyes were totally shut from an upper respiratory infection. Then she got Bunny who also needed medical attention but wasn’t as sick as the others. Now look at them!! Love and care can make miracles happen!! – Anyone interested in adoption should contact Jo at: joadd18@gmail.com Of course they won’t be ready until they are will enough and big enough to get vaccinated and spayed/neutered. – diana
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